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Connecting PRI e1 trunk to UCS C220 M4 Server

mukthar786
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we have two Cisco UCS C220 M4 server's with SBE 6000M Unified Communications Version  11.5

how to connect PRI E1 Trunk line to Server



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Nithin Eluvathingal
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You need a voice gateway basically its a router and the gateway must have an ISDN PRI card. You will terminate the lines on voice gateway. Gateway will talk to CUCM using SIP/MGCP/H323 protocol.

 

Kindly reach out a local Cisco partner who is good in voice.

 



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Roger Kallberg
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The server itself has no ability to connect to a ISDN circuit. You’ll need to use a router with the adequate interface type in it for this. Assuming that you are running Communication Manager on your server you’ll have a few different options for how to to interact with the router. Either you set it up as a gateway with either MGCP or H.323 as the control protocol or what is the currently most used option as a trunk that uses SIP as the control protocol. What you use is your preference.



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Nithin Eluvathingal
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You need a voice gateway basically its a router and the gateway must have an ISDN PRI card. You will terminate the lines on voice gateway. Gateway will talk to CUCM using SIP/MGCP/H323 protocol.

 

Kindly reach out a local Cisco partner who is good in voice.

 



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Roger Kallberg
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The server itself has no ability to connect to a ISDN circuit. You’ll need to use a router with the adequate interface type in it for this. Assuming that you are running Communication Manager on your server you’ll have a few different options for how to to interact with the router. Either you set it up as a gateway with either MGCP or H.323 as the control protocol or what is the currently most used option as a trunk that uses SIP as the control protocol. What you use is your preference.



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